If I use the 9.@ route pattern, I get a 10 second delay before 7digit numbers are passed to the GW. Is there a way to eliminate the delay? I would like to keep route patterns and dial-peers to as few as possible and still do NANP and 911 without an access code.
If you go to Route Plan -> Route Filter you should see a 7 digit dialing filter on the left. When selected, on the right you should see everything is NOT-SELECTED, except for one item: LOCAL-AREA-CODE and it should be set to DOES-NOT-EXIST.
Then go to Route Plan -> Route Pattern, select your 9.@ on the left, then on the right for Route Filter, select 7 digit dialing. Click Update. Note that if you are pointing your pattern to a Route List then you can do this at any time. If you are pointing your pattern directly to the gateway device, it will trigger a reset and drop all active calls.
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